One could say that the Colosseum is the main monument of Rome, but it would denigrate all other historic buildings or heritage of this beautiful city that is the Italian capital. In fact, the Colosseum is a symbol of the country, an emblem found, for example, on coins minted by Italians.
Such a monument is visited, fortunately, and besides this visit is not only instructive, but terribly moving.
But no, we will not criticize our Italian friends ... But it is clear that schedules often change depending on the day of visit, anyway ... It is better to inquire before leaving because the monument can close between 16:30 and 19:15, which is still a nice difference. Here are the schedules:
But no, we will not criticize our Italian friends ... But it is to note that the schedules often change according to the day of visit, anyway ... It is better to inquire before leaving because the monument can close between 16:30 and 7:15 pm, which makes a big difference. Here are the opening hours:
|From January 2nd until february 15th||8h30-16h30|
|From February 16th until March, 15th||08h30-17h00|
|From March 16th until the last saturday of March||08h30-17h30|
|From the last sunday of March until August, 31th||08h30-19h15|
|From September, 1st until Septembre, 30th||08h30-19h00|
|From October, 1st until the last saturday of october||08h30-18h30|
|From the last unday of october until December, 31th||08h30-16h30|
It's not to say, but the schedules of the Eiffel Tower or the Tower of London are more constant, anyway!
Note: As this website is not an official website, please check with the official website for exact timetables, these are given as non-contractual information.